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Custer State Park Along with Others May See Rise in Entry Fees
November 5, 2015

Custer State Park Along with Others May See Rise in Entry Fees

The state Game, Fish, and Parks Commission will consider an increase in fees for boat licenses, reserving campground spaces by telephone, using the Mickelson Trail, and driving into Custer State Park. According to the Rapid City Journal article, current rates for the park and its services are lower than surrounding state and national parks. Officials say that the new fees will help with park projects and maintenance.

Click on this archives link for past news articles related to Custer State Park.

For more information on the park itself, check out this Game, Fish, and Parks website.

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